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, three boxes full. box number one, as we wait for president obama's decision for a correction in afghanistan, that country's president promises to stamp out corruption. good luck. but can the man who some call derisively the mayor of cobble -- kabul deliver. another threatening move from north korea as it tries to bully the united states into accepting its terms for nuclear negotiation. the country says it could soon build another atomic bomb. we will talk to an expert about what the latest move could mean. and box number three, the last thing heard from three missing college students was that police -- what police called hysterical phone calls. coming up, the latest in the search for the young women and why police are having such a hard time figuring out where to start looking for them. that is all ahead on "studio b." fox news is america's election headquarters. it is the first tuesday after the first monday in the month of october, and that means for many americans, it is election day today, and we have coverage of all of the important going on around the country, three in
. now president obama speaking with the swedish prime minister. he will talk afghanistan in this. let's listen. >> although the process was messy, i am pleased to say that the final outcome was determined in accordance with afghan law, which i think is very important, not only for the international community that has so much invested in afghan success, but most importantly is important for the afghan people, that the results were in accordance with and followed the rules laid down by the afghan constitution. i did emphasized to president karzai that the american people and the international community as a whole want to continue to partner with him and his government in achieving prosperity and security in afghanistan, but i emphasize that this has to be a point of time in which we began to write a new chapter based on improved governance, a much more serious effort to eradicate corruption, a joint efforts to accelerate the training of afghan security forces, so that the afghan people can provide for their own security. that kind of coordination and a sense on the part of president kar
] [applause] shepard: that is president obama, speaking on education in madison, wisconsin. now the news begins a new, this is "studio b." one man was found with at least 10 remains of human beings in and around his home. he will not be going anywhere for now. he appeared in court this morning, he was called by the judge an incredibly dangerous threat to the public. the police arrested him last week after a woman reported that someone raped her in his home. investigators quickly found what they described as six rotting corpses. they said that some of the remains had been in a home for years. the police said that they kept looking around the house and they found four more bodies in the human skull. some of the neighbors said that a bad smell had been coming from the place a few months ago. today the search continues. jamie is outside his home in cleveland. any updates from the police search of the property? >> at this point police believe the day of searched all the areas possible outside of the home, now they say they're going to dismantle the entire house. they still believe potentially
in cuba at guantanamo bay and president obama has promised to close that prison, but first his administration has to figure out what to do with the detainees. many have been there for many years. today's decision marks a major milestone in efforts to close down the gitmo camp and put detainees on the path to their final fate. but it also comes with serious backlash. the united states, which the attorney general saw coming. take a listen. >> i can give people will in a neutral and detached way look at the decision made today and understand the reasons why i made those decisions and try to do something rare in washington, leave politics out of it and focus on the best interest of the country, i think criticism will be relatively muted. having said that, i am sure we will hear a lot of criticism. gregg: it is not muted. the administration is already hearing a lot of criticism. predecessor michael mukasey, a former federal judge talked about it. >> dealing with the decision to bring these detainees here, a decision i consider to not the only unwise but in fact based on a refusal to
obama will announce his new strategy for the war in afghanistan. a new poll out says that americans are divided on what the next that should be, and there is word of trouble in the liberal base as well. we will look at what the president needs to accomplish in 2.5 minutes. gregg: president obama has defended the u.s. presence in afghanistan, calling it a war of necessity, not of choice. but if violence increases, the president faces new challenges at home, getting voters behind his new strategy. the head of one liberal grass- roots organization vows to spank the commander in chief for a troop increase. that is his word, not mine. less than half of americans, 47%, favor an increase in troops. 9% of the number to stay the same. 39% want a decrease, and 5% have no opinion. with me now is the publisher of "politics," jordan lieberman. if liberal americans thought they were voting for an anti-war president, they were not paying attention, were they? >> they really did not have much choice. hillary clinton ran to the right of barack obama in the primaries, and barack obama was careful to
of moment? >> i will leave the private conversations, if any, between president obama and president bush for them to describe. i will tell you that president bush appreciated the advice he got during his time in office from president clinton. after all, there are a very small number of people who have held this job and occupied that office, so being able to received a vice and counsel from his father, the former president, but to receive add size from -- to received a vice from former president clinton to receive advice from the former president clinton was very important to him. >> i remember that. i just wondered if you knew there had been any private conner conservations? >> i will leave that for him to tell you about. they had a warm sit on january 20th as president bush left office and president obama came into office. i will left it up to them to explain what has transpired since then. shepard: karl rove, thank you. >> come on down to texas. shepard: i'm ready f you can get me a vacation, i will will head right on down. >> i'll talk to management this afternoon. shepard: you are th
. shepard: among the issues in the asian trip for president obama, pending plans to shut down guantanamo bay prison. major garrett sat down with the president, we have context from major garrett in just two minutes. ever worn your clothes in the shower? if you're using other moisturizing body washes, you might as well be. you see, their moisturizer sits on top of skin, almost as if you're wearing it. only new dove deep moisture has nutriummoisture, a breakthrough formula with natural moisturizers... that can nourish deep down. it's the most effective natural nourishment ever. new dove deep moisture with nutriummoisture. superior natural nourishment for your skin. female valve: hahahaha...i am sfx:strong like the ox.ght. i crush you like tiny clown car. because you are... ...clown, yes? female valve: come, you hit me again and i break you. male valve: oh, you messed with wrong pipe now, car. ha, ha trust me...i have to live with her. announcer:accidents are bad. but geico's good with guaranteed repairs through auto repair express. shepard: now more on president obama's trip to asia. major ga
citizens to doubt the they know what the obama administration is doing. that led to a stinging statement last night, special assistant to the president on stimulus said this morning that -- gregg: james, thank you very much. one industry that is passing a big increase in jobs? solar power. the average solar energy company increased its payroll by 70% from 2007 and 2008. renewable energy is now the fastest-growing segment of the colorado economy. we all live there now. >> 1000 new jobs are being created according to gov. bill ritter here in colorado. and just by the renewable energy sector. one of the most important parts of that is this solar company. here is an example of what you might be doing if you work here. creating solar modules that will replace the heavy glass ones that you see on rooftops. do you see how light that is? it would go on a rooftop except in a much larger display to help the power buildings and homes, that sort of thing. even the military is using it. this is a solar module that they use out in the field in the middle of the desert. basically they plugged into the
deal cutting for a while. shepard: fair enough. carl cameron, thank you. president obama told his war council what he had decided to do in afghanistan. now he is getting ready to tell the world. coming up we will tell you what to look for in his speech tomorrow. the troops, strategy, and the cost, coming up. tightness in my chest came back- i knew i had to see my doctor. he told me i had choices in controller medicines. we chose symbicort. symbicort starts to improve my lung function within 15 minutes. that's important to me because i know the two medicines in symbicort are beginning to treat my symptoms and helping me take control of my asthma. and that makes symbicort a good choice for me. symbicort will not replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. and should not be taken more than twice a day. symbicort contains formoterol. medicines like formoterol may increase the chance of asthma-related death. so, it is not for people whose asthma is well controlled on other asthma medicines. see your doctor if your asthma does not improve or gets worse. i know symbicort won't replace a re
news exclusive. president obama visiting walter reed army medical center less than an hour ago, where major hasan has completed his residency as a psychiatrist. it is president obama's first trip to walter reed as president and it was planned well in advance. his visit there today made all the more poignant in light of the fort would tragedy. -- fort hood tragedy. >> people are grieving right now for the men and women who came under attack yesterday in one of the worst mass shootings ever to take place on an american military base. shepard: president obama met with the fbi director robert mahler and the heads of other federal agencies to get an update on the investigation. major garrett is live on the north lawn on this beautiful day in washington. how's the president receiving updates and who is the point man here? >> john brennan, the president's senior adviser with in the national security council for counter-terrorism at home and security. the white house wants to emphasize just because he is the one collecting and conveying the latest information about the fort hood massacre to t
is live in washington with more. >> today's hearing was used to attack and defend the obama administration's record on job creation. dan burton of indiana calling the obama administration a disaster for the economy. a democrat from maryland testified that stimulus probably created more than the 640,000 jobs that the white house claims. still, federal officials tracking the program acknowledged serious reporting errors and false claims made by recipients, and even 10% of recipients submitted no report whatsoever. >> there are a lot of jobs being created. it could be above or below 640. missing reports might drive up numbers up, and there are enough actor cs tear to question the 640 number that might go down. >> when the witnesses were asked if they had ever seen jobs created and used as a measure from the federal government, there was complete silence, of thing the congressman to say no. shepard: let's get to the housing crisis. construction lost 1.6 million jobs just at the start of this recession, putting the unemployment at 18.7%. double ships are being worked for the horse racing track,
saying that this prison would have to meet pretty strict requirements. the obama administration has said repeatedly that they want the prisoners transferred from gitmo so that many of them will stand trial in one form of -- one form or another. in addition to the prison in illinois we are talking about facilities in colorado and montana as well. catherine, who is in favor of this move? >> the governor says that the station have faith in his decision. he described it as a positive move for the state. >> i hope that we succeed in this competition. in addition to securing good paying jobs in this region of the state i hope that it will help to build families, neighborhoods, communities, and bring us the strength that we appreciate. >> he is referring to a number of sites surveyed places by the administration. gregg: some lawmakers are vigorously opposed to this. who are they? >> they oppose it for two cases. for bringing as many as 100 detainee's and illinois, they say that there is a better way to make jobs in illinois. >> i have to say that when talking to other members of congress, a lot
so much to protect all that we have. this morning president obama visited arlington national cemetery where he laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns. he also walked among the tpwraeufs of those killed defending the united states in iraq and afghanistan. we know those killed in the line of duty and today a 21-fgun salute. shepard: a day many americans are off work and school tkherpb are out -- children are out of school the president tried to put meaning of the day in perspective. >> we call this a holiday but for many veterans it is another day of memories that drive them to live their lives each day as best they can. for our troops it is another day in harm's way. for their families it is another day to feel the absence of a loved one and concern for their safety. for our wounded warriors it is another day of slow and arduous recovery. in this national cemetery, it is another day when grief remains fresh. shepard: as members of our armed forces march in parades, recover in hospitals and fight bravely on the battlefields we americans extend our thanks. what are you doing to celebr
for something they believe in -- grieve with us. president obama said their lives work is our security. every dawn the flag unfurled, at the moment an american enjoys life and the pursuit of happiness, that is their legacy. by far, the most powerful moment had to be the roll call, when they read the names of the living and read the names of those who have fallen. shepard: tell us about the day there. it looks spectacularly gorgeous. people there in short sleeves. i see a lot of folks who when you look at their faces was, sort of -- correct me if i'm wrong -- but they seem sort of stunned to be there. >> we have seen that on people's faces for the last few days. that sense of being stunned, being a bit in shock. again, this being a safe place. i always assumed the base was home and was a safe place. we have been hearing that a lot. but you are right, it is a spectacular and beautiful day. it started off overcast and cloudy with a light rain. yesterday, it was raining overnight, and again this morning, but the sun broke through the clouds, and it is just a beautiful day here. one and crisp -- w
are expected to attend, along with many of the wounded, their family members, and president barack obama and the first lady. there is a massive security wall here on post, 200 the wall -- 200 feet long and the sides. that front wall is about 900 feet long. as you can see, to three stories long. they do make everything bigger here in texas. they will be here, focusing on the families. shepard: what more have you learned about the suspect in this case? >> i spoke to the fbi in san antonio. obviously they cannot talk about what he might be saying, they cannot even confirm that they asked questions, but the fbi is guarding him. it is still an active crime scene. the special evidence response team here, along with a shooting team that has special technology to recreate the rampage to figure out where every shot was fired and where from so that they can have a full diagram. shepard: rick leventhal, thank you. we're waiting for news conference from the mosque that he once attended. we are told that an imam from that moscow will speak. there are allegations that two of the 9/11 hijackers had con
of items to report. president obama is now confirming the american medical association and association of retired persons, or aarp, now support his plan for health care reform. although these are two big lobbying groups, is not clear what kind of help this will be as lawmakers moved closer to a vote. in the meantime, the money crunchers' at the cbo report a plan put together by republicans could cost many families thousands of dollars last -- less than a democratic plan, or so that is what they say. republicans are out there talking about a rave reviews they got from the cbo, but it is more of a mix, isn't it? >> that is right. throughout the year, the cbo, from its statistical mount olympics, has been likely to girl kisses and thunderbolts at the democrats. there was a raucous house call on the democrats on the west steps of the capitol day. 10,000 people showed up. the republicans used the event not to tout their own proposal as to what they called pelosicare, but nonetheless these figures are interesting. the cbo places a call to the health care reform alternative from republicans a
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